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VISION VALUES AND AIMS 
VISION VALUES AND AIMS

At John Paul Academy, through service to the common good and in recognition of the dignity and voice of each person, we commit to the pursuit of excellence, through the development of each person's God given talents.

NEW SCHOOL MENU

Please click the image below to access the school menu showing the food available in the Fuel Zone each day.

 

PRELIM EXAMINATIONS JANUARY 2022

Senior pupils  will undertake their prelim assessments in January 2022.

Timetables are attached below. 
S4 Prelims
S5/6 Prelims 

Revision Resources issued by departments are available here

SATCHEL ONE HOMEWORK

Parents can view their child's homework on the Satchel One app (which can be downloaded onto a phone) or by accessing Satchel One website here - and creating an account. Please contact the school to request a PIN for your child's account.

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LATEST NEWS UPDATES POSTED HERE......

 

7 JANUARY 2022 - please click here for a letter from acting Head Teacher - Mr Owen

22 DECEMBER - JPA Journal - click here to view our latest school newspaper
13 DECEMBER  - Letter from HT. Click here

13 SEPTEMBER - Letter from Maureen McKenna, Director of Education regarding October School Holidays. Click here

13 AUGUST- Letter from HT before term start. Click here

12 AUGUST - WELCOME BACK - today we welcome staff back to school for 2 inservice days. We welcome our pupils back on Monday 15th August. Information about return to school arrangements for period 1 are attached here.

CLICK HERE TO ACCESS OUR NEWS ARCHIVE   
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MENTAL HEALTH & WELLBEING 
MENTAL HEALTH & WELLBEING

During this pandemic it is important that everyone takes care of their personal health and wellbeing. Below are some links to access support.

Lifelink Counselling Services has now gone remote to enable the delivery of counselling sessions by telephone or video call during this time of social distancing. Click here for additional links and apps

Counselling sessions will take the form of telephone or video sessions based on the young person’s preference and will still work in-line with the regular counselling model of delivery. Plans are already in place to continue supporting those pupils in our school already benefitting from this support but new referrals can be made either by calling 0141 552 4434 or online at Lifelink.org.uk https://www.lifelink.org.uk/make-a-referral/ .

  Responding to change.

Any young Person aged 16 -18 living in Glasgow struggling with mental health issues or experiencing a tough time can find support on Big White Wall. If you are struggling, or know someone who is, don’t hesitate to join BWW or recommend it to someone you know.95% of members reported feeling better as a result of joining BWW, and 73% shared something for the first time. Whatever you’re going through, BWW is there to help.

You can access Big White Wall at www.bigwhitewall.com

Contact Details [2] 
Contact Details
John Paul Academy

2 Arrochar Street

Glasgow

G23 5LY



Phone: 0141 582 0140

Fax: 0141 582 0141
FINANCIAL INCLUSION SUPPORT 
FINANCIAL INCLUSION SUPPORT

During these challenging economic times families can access financial support via our Financial Inclusion Support Officer. You should make contact with your child's Pupil Support Teacher first to discuss this further before contact with the Financial Inclusion Support Officer. Please click the links below for further information on Financial Inclusion Support.

Support for Families - Information Poster

Support for Families - Information Booklet

The Cost of the School Day - Information Poster

Pupil Support teachers can be contacted by phone - 0141 582 0140, or by using the email addresses supplied here

COVID GUIDELINES FOR PARENTS, STAFF & PUPILS 
COVID GUIDELINES FOR PARENTS, STAFF & PUPILS

 

 

 

To keep everyone in our community safe, we have updated our school guidelines for pupils, parents and staff - please click the image above.

For access to the Scottish government's latest guidance please click here.

   
YOUNG SCOT NEC 
YOUNG SCOT NEC
The Young Scot National Entitlement Card is available to all young people aged 11-26 in Scotland. This can be used to gain money off / rewards etc. Apply online at Young Scot NEC.  To encourage young people to stay safe as we return to school, Young Scot are offering extra reward points and the opportunity to enter a competition to win a Macbook or an iPad. For more information on this click the link Young Scot Rewards Back to School Briefing.  

 

DYW - DEVELOPING THE YOUNG WORKFORCE 
DYW - DEVELOPING THE YOUNG WORKFORCE

                                   

If you have any questions or concerns regarding college places, apprenticeship or careers advice - please contact Mr Dougall, George or Stephen our careers advisors from SDS.

The contact details for everyone are as follows:

Mr Dougall - gw15dougallelliot@glow.sch.uk

George (S5/6) - george.dragsnes@sds.co.uk   mobile - 07789 481392

Stephen (S4) - stephen.coyle@sds.co.uk   mobile 07833 435611

LATEST OFFERS - These can be found in the DYW Menu of the Website - please check regularly.

 

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